Sherkston Beaches Fishing Report near Fort Erie, Ontario

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Fishing the Bays of Sherkston

on December 28th

Aren't many fish off the beach front. The waters get fairly sandy but you'll find the trout and walleye swimming about 20 meters off land, dinghy would be needed to get past the beach's sandy floor. After that, strong wire leaders, monofil lines, small plastic swim baits, diving spoons, small kokanee spoons and rapala jakes are good for hooking some large walleye. As far as I know the rainbows and walleye are stocked for the anglers and fisheries. We trolled around 3 km's here and hooked some walleye on smaller troll baits. Aimed our rod tips nearly directly up, allowed them to bob and the bait swam perfectly. Low wind day and the skies were overcast. Found the pike diving deep on warmer days and had to fish the bays.

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Species Caught: Walleye

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